President Obama and his crooked-shooting sidekick, Secretary of State John Kerry, are desperate for an agreement with Iran, placing some meaningless restrictions on Tehran’s nuclear-weapons ambitions. At the outset of his “reign,” Mr. Obama was also anxious to reduce our nuclear weapon stockpile to a state of nonexistence, and that is no doubt to be accomplished in some future executive order.
Manufacturing has declined in the United States because the nature of manufacturing has changed. Hand labor can be and has been largely replaced by machines, and skilled labor has become even more important as a result.
I am tired of the Tim Cooks and Marc Benioffs of the world pushing their self-righteous and sanctimonious versions of “civil rights” and morality onto the rest of society (“Tim Cook, Apple CEO, calls ‘religious objection’ laws dangerous,” Web, March 30).
It seems to me there is a false underlying assumption about the criticism of Indiana’s religious freedom law (“Obama now hits religious freedom in Indiana,” Page I, March 30). We are being conditioned to think of all discrimination as bad. I remember when a discriminating shopper was thought of as one who had standards of quality and would only buy products that came up to those standards. Is that type of discrimination bad?
Every nation’s history has its share of turning points, events that change its course. The great ones are remembered in history. America’s best-known recent turning point occurred on Aug. 6, 1945, when the United States cemented its place as the most powerful nation in the history of mankind.